The length of beam within which the dispersion of prestressing force takes place is known as ____________
  • a) Zone of action
  • b) Zone of transmission
  • c) Zone of anchorage
  • d) Zone of tendons
The tensile forces developed in the transverse direction to the axis are known as ____________
  • a) Bursting forces
  • b) Concentrated forces
  • c) Reduced forces
  • d) Tensioned forces
The adjacent surface to the anchor plate is also subjected to ____________
  • a) Compressive forces
  • b) Tensile forces
  • c) Transverse forces
  • d) Torsion
During zone of transmission prestressing force is applied through the anchor plate at ____________
  • a) End
  • b) Edge
  • c) Centre
  • d) Span
Which are formed due to the horizontal, vertical and shear stresses induced at zone of transmission?
  • a) Rectangles
  • b) Parabola
  • c) Curves
  • d) Trajectories
The transmission length is influenced by ____________
  • a) Height
  • b) Depth
  • c) Curves
  • d) Span
The transmission length and bursting forces can be obtained depending on the ratio of ____________
  • a) Depth of anchorages
  • b) Depth of tendons
  • c) Depth of bond
  • d) Depth of curve
In general the transmission length and depth of beam are taken as ____________
  • a) Unequal
  • b) Equal
  • c) Less than 1
  • d) More than 1
The bursting force with depth of beam d’ and the depth of anchor plate d is given by?
  • a) 0.3P(1-d’/d)
  • b) 0.9P(1-d’/d)
  • c) 0.1P(1-d’/d)
  • d) 1.30P(1-d’/d)
The d’/d value for 0.is?
  • a) 0.6
  • b) 0.5
  • c) 0.8
  • d) 1.0
0 h : 0 m : 1 s